Singharat Changphakdee Origin/Culture/Country: Thiland
Singharat Changphakdee: Singharat is the singer of Thailand, as know as The Star 5 He was the champion of The Star 5 contest, morever he's the youngest The Star of Thailand.
Singhi Ram Origin/Culture/Country: Indian
Singhi Ram: is minister for Food and Civil Supplies from Himachal in the Council of Ministers. He is the son of Kalu Ram. He was born at Rampur, District Shimla on 7 May 1954. He has done B.A. and LL.B. He was educated at Government College, Rampur and Himachal Prade
Navpreet Singh Origin/Culture/Country: Indian
Navpreet Singh: an Indian shot putter. His personal best throw is 19.93 metres, achieved in July 2004 in Chennai.Neelam Jaswant Singh Origin/Culture/Country: Indian
Neelam Jaswant Singh: an Indian discus thrower.Her personal best throw is 64.55 metres, achieved at the 2002 Asian Games in Busan.During the 2005 World Championships she tested positive for the banned stimulant pemoline in an in-competition test. Shakti Singh Origin/Culture/Country: Indian
Shakti Singh: an Indian discus thrower and shot putter.His personal best shot put is 20.60 metres, achieved in July 2000 in Bangalore. His personal best discus throw is 61.72 metres, achieved in June 1994 in Bangalore.Shivnath Singh Origin/Culture/Country: Indian
Shivnath Singh: was one of the few great long-distance runners that India has produced. Singh represented India in the Asian games and twice at the Summer Olympics (1976 and 1980). Born in Manjoria, Buxar, Bihar he placed 11th in the 1976 Olympic Men's Marathon. He entered but did not finish the 1980 Olympic Men's Marathon in Moscow.Sriram Singh Origin/Culture/Country: Indian
Sriram Singh: was an Indian middle distance runner.Sriram Singh joined Rajputana Rifles in 1968 where he came under the influence of the coach Ilyas Babar. Babar persuaded him to shift his focus from 400m to 800m.In the 1970 Asian Games in Bangkok, he was beaten to the second place in the 800 by Jimmy Crampton of Burma. Singh went out in the heats in the Munich Olympics in 1972 but his time of 1:47.7 bettered Crampton's Asian record. He improved it to 1:47.6 while winning the gold in the Teheran Asian Games of 1974.